The David B. Feinsilver Award

The David B. Feinsilver Award

The David B. Feinsilver Award: A scholarship to fund travel expenses to the ISPS Congress

David B. Feinsilver, M.D. was a long-time staff member at the Chestnut Lodge Hospital in Rockville, Maryland, U.S.A, where he chaired its Symposium Committee. A former president of ISPS, the chair of its 1994 meeting in Washington, and the founder of ISPS-US, he established a fund before he died after a long illness.  This fund grants a scholarship to fund travel expenses to each ISPS International congress, for the best research or clinical paper on the psychotherapeutic treatment of the severely disturbed.  

Applications for the 2017 award

The deadline for applying for this grant is 31st March 2017. Applications can only be accepted from people whose abstract has been accepted for the ISPS 2017 conference who cannot afford to attend the International Congress of ISPS without financial support. The winner will be announced by the end of April.

For further information about the David B. Feinsilver Award please email isps@isps.org 

Past winners:

-Pankaj Suneja, India (2015)

-Renana Elran, Israel (2013)

-Debra Lampshire, New Zealand (2011)

-Ishita Sanyal, Kolkata, India (2009)

-Konstantia Zgantzouri, Crete, Greece (2006)

For futher information e-mail isps@isps.org


Contributions to the David Feinsilver fund may be sent to the Community Foundation for the National Capital Region: CFNCR - Feinsilver Fund: 1112 16th Street NW, Suite 340; Washington, DC 20036.

 

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